Coach Cavataro is in his 34th season as head coach of the Gaels. His wildly successful tenure at Iona College has been highlighted by leading swimmers to NCAA-qualifying swims, numerous conference championships, and Senior National swims.
Missourian Liam Holt has verbally committed to the Wyoming Cowboys.
Utah Moves to 6-0 Topping Colorado Mesa 179-101
Sage Speak contributed wins in the 100 Breast, 200 Breast and 400 IM to Cal Poly’s 160-120 victory over the Pepperdine Waves.
A solid performance from the Rams underclassmen led to Colorado State’s 180-117 win over the New Mexico State Aggies.
Southern California’s Jerod Magazine is headed to Providence College to swim for the Friars in 2015-16.
The University of South Carolina hosted East Carolina University and the College of Charleston Saturday in the first meet for Charleston since the school announced it would be cutting its swimming & diving programs next year.
Wagner wins two over the weekend. Lucia breaks pool record.
The A3 Invite is a three-day NCAA format competition with standard NCAA 24-place scoring. The competition will be held at ELAC’s indoor 25-yard, 8-lane facility.
Chad Cradock, head coach of the University of Maryland-Baltimore County (UMBC), is currently in his 14th season at UMBC and just celebrated his 200th dual meet win as a head coach.
“This team continues to progress with each meet,” said Coach Tim Loeffler. “We asked a lot out of them this week and they responded well. They proved how tough they can be.”
Miami University women’s swim team climbed back to .500 after winning every event against Butler University en route to a 134-106 decision at the Nixon Aquatic Center Saturday afternoon.
The Vermont swimming and diving team defeated both Maine, 172-128, and Boston College, 206-94, in a tri-meet Saturday at Wallace Pool. The Catamounts improve to 4-1 on the year following the pair of victories.
The Air Force men’s swimming and diving team beat Grand Canyon University, 161.50-131.50, in a dual meet Saturday, Nov. 8, at the Cadet Natatorium, The women fell to Denver, 176-124, and Grand Canyon, 155-143.